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Jos Buttler breaks a year-old record

Jos Buttler plays a record-breaking inning against India. Now, he has the most number of sixes in T20I against India in India

Jos Buttler plays a record-breaking inning against India. Now, he has the most number of sixes in T20I against India in India

Ind vs Eng: England now have the grasp over the home siders India with 2-1 as the five-match T20I series continues. Winning the first match, the three lions somehow failed for the triumph in the second but bounced back with an easy chase in the third winded-up encounter.

With Virat Kohli’s original form showing as his knock of 77 runs came up, Jos Buttler, the wicketkeeping batsman of England astonished everyone with his record-breaking inning of 83* runs.

He conquered over the men in blue bowling line-up to demolish them with four sixes, five fours. Amalgamating his previous stand against India, it has turned out to be provoking to place India beneath in front of him.

Buttler now has the most number of sixes in T20I in India against India as all other cricket players fall unbefitting him. Having 10 sixes in seven innings, England’s magnificent and one of the experienced wicketkeepers now ranks first on the list.

After him, Sri Lanka’s magnificence, Kumar Sangakkara ranks second. Later topples Proteas Quinton De Kock, Kiwi’s Brendon McCullum, and Bangladesh’s Mushfiqur Rahim sequentially.

Jos Buttler breaks a year-old T20I record, owns the most number of sixes in T20Is in India against India

Here are the top five batsmen to hit the most number of sixes in T20Is in India against India:

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Players Innings Runs HS 100s 50s Avg 6s 4s 0
Jos Buttler 7 174 83* 0 1 43.50 10 9 2
Kumar Sangakkara 2 137 78 0 2 68.50 4 19 0
Quinton De Kock 2 131 79* 0 2 131.00 5 14 0
Brendon McCullum 1 91 91 0 1 91.00 3 11 0
Mushfiqur Rahim 4 75 60* 0 1 25.00 1 10 1

However, the guests now need one more win to officially triumph over the ongoing five-match t20I series. India, so far, have made it in only a single match; the second match.

Notably, the Ahmedabad pitch, which turned out to be really supportive for the bowlers, has flopped by any means in T20Is for the bowlers.

It can be proved by writing that the homesitters grasped only two of the Englands’ batsman in the third T20I, six in second, and two in the first T20I match of the series. The example might be a five-wicket-haul for Joe Root.

See the wonderful bowling stats of Ind vs Eng 1st Ahmedabad Test here

If we talk about Virat Kohli and co, the English guests could pick up three, seven, and six batsmen of them – far better than Indian bowlers. The purpose of the comparison was to highlight the Modi’s pitch difference in T20Is and Test.

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